GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT
Educational Hours: 8:00am – 2:50pm
Morning Drop Off: 7:30am-8:00am / Afternoon Pick Up: 2:50pm-3:05pm
Operational Hours of Child Care: 7:30am – 7:59am (AM care) / 3:05pm-5:30pm (PM care)
WHAT THE ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT HAS TO OFFER
SCS is committed to providing academic excellence with a Biblical worldview. In the elementary department, the staff provides solid instruction, as well as nurtures each child’s creativity with hands-on activities and projects. Our goal is to partner with families to develop boys and girls who have a heart for God and a desire to be His hands and feet to fellow Christians and to a lost, dying world. We strive to equip them to be prepared for the high standards of academia in middle school and beyond, as well as with moral integrity based upon Christ’s work within them to think, live, love, and lead their generation.
We offer many occasions for students to serve and to shine. The following list features some of these special opportunities:
Wax Museum of Historical People Student Government Science Fair
Grandparent’s Day Music Program Spring Musical Speech Meet
Fire and Life Safety Quiz Bowl Thanksgiving Program Spelling Bee
President’s Day speeches Class service projects Math Olympics
Dr.Seuss’ Birthday – Wear a Dr. Seuss t-shirt or Dr. Seuss PJs or feel free to dress up as a character from one of his books. If you choose not to celebrate in themed clothing, you should wear your uniform.
This is our annual Fourth Grade Wax Museum. All are welcomed to come to this "drop-in" event (any time between 9 am - 10: 30 am), in the Elementary building. Each 4th-grade student will "become a figure in history" and inform guests of how they affected our world.
If students wish to wear a green shirt & jeans, they may.
Dear SCS Parents, Students, and Staff,
Earlier today I sent you a text indicating you would receive important information related to the Corona Virus and the subsequent impact on our school. Please read the email sent to you that provides 14 key points of information.
As you know, the impact of this virus changes daily, so please understand that we will monitor this situation closely and communicate any needed changes in our plans quickly.
Key Point 1 tells you that students will remain out of school this coming Tuesday, March 17. This will be a day for staff to train to use online technology in case we have to do at-home online instruction.
We will resume classes on Wednesday, March 18.
Thanks for your understanding and support.
God bless you,
Dr. Barry Redmond, Head of School